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2001-03-10Factors associated with fish modify life history traits of the cladoceran Ceriodaphnia cf. dubiaRose, RM; Warne, MSJ; Lim, RP
2009-06-01Bioactivity of POPs and their effects in mosquitofish in Sydney Olympic Park, AustraliaRawson, CA; Tremblay, LA; Warne, MSJ; Ying, GG; Kookana, R; Laginestra, E; Chapman, JC; Lim, RP
2005-03-01The toxicity and bioavailability of atrazine and molinate to Chironomus tepperi larvae in laboratory and river water in the presence and absence of sedimentPhyu, YL; Warne, MSJ; Lim, RP
2002-08-01Some life history responses of the cladoceran Ceriodaphnia cf. dubia to variations in population density at two different food concentrationsRose, RM; Warne, MSJ; Lim, RP
2005-01-01Effect of river water, sediment and time on the toxicity and bioavailability of molinate to the marine bacterium Vibrio fischeri (Microtox)Yin, LP; Warne, MSJ; Lim, RP
2006-08-01The effect of 17β-estradiol on the development of modified hemal spines in early-life stage Gambusia holbrookiRawson, CA; Lim, RP; Warne, MSJ; Doyle, CJ
2013-04-01Assessing the chronic toxicity of atrazine, permethrin, and chlorothalonil to the cladoceran Ceriodaphnia cf. dubia in laboratory and natural river waterPhyu, YL; Palmer, CG; Warne, MSJ; Dowse, R; Mueller, S; Chapman, J; Hose, GC; Lim, RP
2004-01-01Toxicity of Atrazine and Molinate to the Cladoceran Daphnia carinata and the Effect of River Water and Bottom Sediment on Their BioavailabilityPhyu, YL; Warne, MSJ; Lim, RP
2004-07-01Sensitivity of offspring to chronic 3,4-dichloroaniline exposure varies with maternal exposureRose, RM; Warne, MSJ; Lim, RP
2018-03-01Histopathology, vitellogenin and chemical body burden in mosquitofish (Gambusia holbrooki) sampled from six river sites receiving a gradient of stressorsScott, PD; Coleman, HM; Khan, S; Lim, R; McDonald, JA; Mondon, J; Neale, PA; Prochazka, E; Tremblay, LA; Warne, MSJ; Leusch, FDL
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